The Anonymous Widower

Before Overground – Stoke Newington

A Dreadful Station To Avoid – Rating 2/10

Stoke Newington station was built when people weren’t disabled, pushed buggies or grew elderly and it shows.

In my view it’s one of those stations, that with a creative surface makeover, lifts and perhaps a light-controlled crossing to access buses going north, could be turned into one of the better stations on the line. The station forecourt has what looks to be a decent cafe, so selective development around the station could probably improve matters.

September 18, 2014 - Posted by | Transport | , ,

3 Comments »

  1. […] It’s later date probably accounts for the less formidable steps, which may by the reason, why this station has a quite high usage figure of 800,000 passengers a year, which is only a bit less than Stoke Newington. […]

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  2. […] it may be, but a station like Stoke Newington has some very interesting brick arches. Instead of just being filled with litter, perhaps some […]

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  3. […] Stoke Newington […]

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